Title: Cocktail Chemistry
Author’s Name: Nick Fisher
Publisher: S&S/Simon Element
Genre: Cocktails and Spirits
Page Count: 208 Pages
Author or Book Website: N/A
Link to Amazon purchase page: Cocktail Chemistry: The Art and Science of Drinks from Iconic TV Shows and Movies: Fisher, Nick: Amazon.com: Books
Link to Goodreads: Cocktail Chemistry: The Art and Science of Drinks from Iconic TV Shows and Movies by Nick Fisher | Goodreads
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How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Enjoy clever, pop culture-inspired drinks with this collection of recipes from the beloved Cocktail Chemistry YouTube channel.
Have you ever seen a delicious-looking drink on your favorite movie or TV show and wondered how to make it? Well, now you can, with this collection of recipes from the creator of the popular Cocktail Chemistry YouTube channel Nick Fisher.
Featuring recipes to recreate the classic White Russian from The Big Lebowski, the iconic martini from the James Bond movies, to drinks featured in Mad Men, The Simpsons, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Game of Thrones, The Office, Harry Potter, and more, Cocktail Chemistry will have you impressing your friends with your bartending skills in no time. In addition to recipes, Cocktail Chemistry includes everything you need to know to become a mixology expert, from how to make perfectly clear ice, delicious foams, and infusions, or how to flame a citrus peel. A must-have for all aspiring home mixologists and pop-culture buffs, Cocktail Chemistry will ensure you never have a boring drink again.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. My favorite part of this was that all the drinks were inspired by tv shows and movies. It was a nice twist on the classic cocktails. I saw a couple for Iron Man and Harry Potter. I enjoyed that it told you what equipment and glassware that would be needed. It made learning the drinks easier to make. It was just fun reading through this book and learning more about these cocktails.
My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars